Gospel musician Ivy Kombo, who recently returned to Zimbabwe after more than a decade in the United Kingdom, has said she is only answerable to God and not to man of flesh.
Ivy, who claimed she was now an advocate with a Masters Degree in law, has been attacked by some Zimbabweans who accuse her of adultery and going against accepted Christian norms after she got married to Pastor Admire Kasi who had adopted her as his daughter.
On Sunday evening, Ivy appeared on Acie Lumumba’s #TLFDrive, where she was adamant that only God could judge her.
She gushed about her love for her husband who returned with her last week, and indicated that the couple have since left ZAOGA and started their own ministry which operates from an address in Harare’s Avenues area.
She however said she still regards ZAOGA FIF founder Ezekiel Guti as her father.
Before she relocated to Luton, England, Ivy had become an idol for aspiring female gospel singers. Young singers, among them Esther Mukazika and Marble Madondo, all followed in her footsteps.
Without a doubt, Ivy possessed both the stamina and the swag of a diva.
But wherever she went trouble followed her like a shadow with rumours abound that she had an extra-marital affair with Kasi while she was still married to now ex-husband Edmore Moyo.
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